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Keningtons Building Surveying have successfully handed over a major internal refurbishment scheme in Clapham. The scheme involved the renewal and upgrade of floor finishes, ceilings, washrooms, joinery, heating and cooling systems along with a new receptions area, new fire detection system and access control along with comprehensive decoration, tiling and lighting schedule throughout the building.
The works were phased over 3 contracts at a cost of c.£2.5M and involved a gross internal floor area of approx. 6000 sq m.
For more information please contact Tony Rellis
The Swindon office have been instructed to sell a mixed retail, office and restaurant investment in Devizes, Wiltshire.
The courtyard development is fully let to a total of 12 tenants producing an annual rental income of £185,000, 23% of which is secured from two national charities with excellent covenants.
Further information available from Jeremy Sutton in the Swindon office.
Acting on behalf of the University and College Union the Swindon office have acquired a 2,934 sq ft first floor office suite in Brittany House in Exeter City Centre. The suite has been taken on a new 10 year lease with 5th year tenants option to break. UCU will be undertaking a fit out before relocating staff from their current premises in Exeter.
Clipstone Investment Management Limited acquire two further multi let industrial estates to bring the total number under management by Keningtons to 49.
Properties in Alton and Newbury have been acquired by two different Funds managed by Clipstone – who remain keen to purchase additional multi let industrial estates - focusing on the South Eastern regions.
“We are pleased to be part of the continued success of Clipstone Investment Management Limited who have maintained an excellent track record in securing and acquiring predominately multi let industrial estates in the SE which we have subsequently managed on their behalf” – comments Simon Ormrod – Partner at Keningtons LLP.
On appointment from loss adjusters, Keningtons managed the rebuilding of a boundary wall which had become unstable due to the close proximity of a group of leylandii trees.
Rebuilding of the wall involved new footings with the introduction of vertical steel pins and reclaimed brickwork faced to the policyholders' property.
For more information contact Tony Rellis 020 7224 2222
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